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Best-in-class monitoring for serverless
Serverless monitoring and observability
End-to-end observability of your system. Logs, metrics, and traces in a single pane of glass. Get visibility.
Well-Architected insights NEW
Continuous insights of your cloud infra with smart evaluations of security, efficiency, cost, posture, and compliance.
Real-time error tracking and alerting
Detect errors, timeouts, cold starts, anomalies etc from logs and metrics. Set prebuilt and custom filters and checks.
Start monitoring in 2 minutes
- Create a Dashbird account
- Deploy CloudFormation template to your AWS
- Get visibility to your application, receive alerts and insights immediately
What our customers say
Dashbird gives us a simple and easy to use tool to have peace of mind and know that all of our Serverless functions are running correctly. We are instantly aware now if there’s a problem. We love the fact that we have enough information in the Slack notification itself to take appropriate action immediately and know exactly where the issue occurred.
Great UI. Easy to navigate through CloudWatch logs. Simple setup.
Quick and easy access to all your mission-critical AWS data in one place
Dashbird monitors Lambda functions, API Gateways, SQS queues, ECS containers, Kinesis, Step-Functions and DynamoDB tables. Access logs, metrics and tracing data all in one place without any code instrumentation and no setup changes. It is simple and straightforward to identify, for example, resources that are underutilized or overburdened.
Failure detection from CloudWatch logs
As soon as you connect your AWS account, Dashbird will start analyzing CloudWatch log data and surfacing code and service level failures. The platform features an extensive collection of prebuilt filters, that detect code-level issues across all runtimes and also service-specific issues like timeouts and configuration errors.
Dashbird gives engineers and product teams the account level overview while enabling them to go deep into individual resource or transaction level.
Specialized debugging and analytics for AWS Lambda
Dashbird finds known and unknown Lambda errors and warning signs automatically, identifies the root-cause and alerts you in seconds. Its centralized monitoring dashboard provides the quickest and easiest way to:
- – analyze and search your AWS Lambda logs
- – optimize performance and cost
- – detect trends
- – uncover anomalies, code exceptions, cold starts
- – and many more service specific failures.
To help you optimize your system and keep it secure more effectively, you can group Lambda functions freely and monitor them together on one dedicated metrics dashboard in Dashbird Project View.
The platform features a collection of over 70 best-practice checks, continuously surfacing opportunities to improve your cloud infrastructure.
Use Dashbird for
Monitoring serverless applications
Increase the quality of your service by getting observability, failure detection and efficient data interrogation from one platform.
Serverless alert management
Dashbird detects known and unknown failures across all cloud resources and offers a powerful alert and incident management platform to build your on-call process on.
Debugging and log analysis
Debug and analyse root causes of issues in seconds with access to real-time activity data. Dashbird breaks down silos between logs, metrics, and traces.
Find and solve performance bottlenecks. Understand the implications of code changes and architecture modifications.
Monitor the cost of each cloud resource and find out how you can optimize them. Dashbird tells you if you have overprovisioned on unused resources and shows you exactly where you're losing time and money.
Security and compliance
Continuous security and posture checks across your serverless infrastructure with a SOC 2 Compliant monitoring platform, enforcing the best practices and reliable architecture.